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JUNE 8 - Season Opener: “Spring into Summer”

June 8, 2016

Jay Gephart, Conductor

American Legion March ...........................................Charles Parker           

Sun Dance....................................................................Frank Ticheli                    

Triplets of the Finest ..............................................Paul Henneberg  Trumpet Trio: Keith Whitford, Jeremy Snyder, Joel Matthews

Wedding Dance ........................................................Jacques Press                    

But Not For Me......................................................Gershwin/Barker                                Sally Duke, Vocal Solo

The Teddy Bear Picnic................................................Bratton/Yoder                   

Take Me Out to the Ballgame.........................................arr. Rhodes                   

Radio Rag.....................................................................Red McLeod                         Retired Rum-Runners Dixieland Jazz Band

The Beach Boys Greatest Hits........................................arr. Brown                       

Somewhere Over the Rainbow.............................l...........arr. Barker           Sally Duke, Vocalist

The National Game.............................................John Philip Sousa


Star Spangled Banner.................................... arr. Sousa-Damrosch              


The KPB Trumpet Trio consists of Keith Whitford, Assistant Band Director at Western and principal trumpet in the KPB for the past 43 years.  He graduated from Haworth High School in 1970 and earned his music degrees at Ball State. 






 Joel Mathews is Director of Bands at Eastern and a graduate of Ball State.  Before returning to his alma mater 
to teach, Joel was the band director at 
Blue River Valley.
 



 Jeremy Snyder is the Director of Bands at  Northwestern, former member of the Glassmen Drum and Bugle Corps and a graduate 
of Maconaquah High School and Anderson University.  

All three perform together in the Howard County/IU-K Jazz B
and and in semi-annual productions 
at Kokomo’s First Nazarene Church.

 

Sally Duke is familiar to many in the Kokomo area as a group travel escort for Community First Bank of Indiana.  Sally grew up in Greentown, where she currently lives with her husband of 31 years and their son. She graduated from Eastern High School where she played clarinet and was an active singer and actress. She has performed in Kokomo Civic Theater productions, Lamplighter Christian Dinner Theater in Tipton and Ole Olsen Theater in Peru. Sally has recorded four gospel music CD's, as well as a CD of old standards and one of Christmas music. She was influenced by Karen Carpenter, Anne Murray, and Barbara Streisand, Amy Grant and Sandi Patty. Ms. Duke provides gospel concerts for local churches and charitable organizations on a regular basis and has been a  featured soloist each January at "Harmony in the Desert," a Gospel concert series in Tucson, Arizona. She is also featured in Greentown's "Music at the Fountain" series.


 

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